The start of a new life, a new you, a new look, new energy--a woman's sense of revival. A rebellion against societal norms placed upon Black women. We can't be too feminine and we can't be too masculine. "Can't" - a word, a direction, a thought, an insecurity placed upon women to keep them complacent in a box of should be's.
This photoset explores the beauty of women, serving both masculine and feminine energy. The battle of joy and anger of letting go a part of ourselves we once spent so much time trying to perfect while discovering our own definition of beauty in the midst of it all.
Dee Williams is a NYC-based photographer capturing color and creating imagery that makes the status quo uncomfortable.
Model: Andrea AngaricaStylist: Talia BellaStyle Assistant: Melissa RegistreStyling Credits:Look 1:– Hoodie (@madhappy.us)– Black tule skirt (Narciss by Alise Trautmane @n
arcissfashion)– Shoes (@vans)Look 2:– Black pants and pink top with lace trim (Saku @Saku_newyork)– Off white leather boots (Tibi @tibi)Look 3:– Black coat (@GwenSalakaia_ )– Virgil Tee (@Millinneal_NYC)– Red pants (@korsunofficial)– Disco shoes (@americanapparel)